“During sex with the kunyaza technique, the man can stimulate almost all genital erogenous zones of the woman. The clitoris and the distal urethra which are regarded as the focus of female orgasm function and which form a common tissue cluster are stimulated by vertical, horizontal and zigzagging movements of the glans of the manhood.
The two first organs being directly stimulated, the last one indirectly. The internal parts of the clitoris (vestibular bulbs and clitoral crura) are stimulated when the man uses strong movements.
The other zones of the perineo-vulval region, which are also considered to be erogenous, namely the vestibule, the labia minora, the external urethral opening, the vaginal opening and the perineum (Kinsey et al., 1953). The external urethral sphincter (possible G-spot according to O’Connell et al., 2005), the Skene’s glands and the periurethral glands (G-spot according to some adepts of female ejaculation).
Intravaginal vertical, horizontal and circular movements stimulate more directly the vaginal walls than the PVP does and they directly stimulate the inferior parts of the vestibular bulbs and clitoral crura, the distal urethra, the Skene’s glands, the periurethral glands, the external urethral sphincter and the deep-lying erectile tissues of the perineum.
During both internal and external stimulation, it is theoretically possible to trigger orgasm by individually stimulating each erogenous zone.
If the man performs rapid and strong movements, he can stimulate several erogenous zones simultaneously and, thus, trigger several orgasms whose effects may accumulate resulting in one intense orgasm or appear one after another to allow the woman to experience multiple orgasms.
Can the phenomenon of expelling large quantities of liquid by the woman during the practice of kunyaza be considered as female ejaculation?
It is reported that sex with kunyaza is generally characterised by the production and expulsion of large quantities of liquid by the woman.
Besides the term kunyaza, used to describe this characteristic of this type of sex, and the data collected during our interviews and from the readers of our popular books, further conﬁrmation can be found in some of the limited written information on this African sexual technique.”
More info: “Another way for lovemaking in Africa: Kunyaza, a traditional sexual technique for triggering female orgasm at heterosexual encounters”, “Une variante africaine de l’amour — le kunyaza, technique sexuelle traditionnelle de déclenchement de l’orgasme féminin lors des rencontres hétérosexuelles”